A good fit for an Internet Radio device, but capable of much more is Sony Dash. Announced this year at CES show in Las Vegas, at the first look, Sony Dash looks like a regular Photo Frame. Once you turn it on, this little device proves itself worthy, sporting a 7″ touch screen display, access to popular services as CBS video, NETFLIX and Pandora, and, most important, due to a partnership with Chumby, access to over 1500 internet applications covering everything from News, Photos, Weather, Radio, Social and even Spirituality related widgets. The device includes WiFi access as well, together with something less often found in this class, an accelerometer that will orient the screen automatically between portrait and landscape, depending on how you position the device.
- 1500+ apps available to deliver weather, traffic, social networking, movies, music and more
- 7-inch touchscreen with gesture support and WVGA (800×480) pixel resolution
- 802.11b/g Wi-Fi to easily connect to your wireless home network
- 500Mhz processor with 32kB I/D L2 cache; 256 MB, 667MHz DDR2 DRAM